Rotterdam is a city that will catch your attention right from the first moment you see it, because of its modern buildings. Admittedly, it shows that there is an effort to try and make the architecture different here, something that has really helped the city forget the fame of the industrial port in order to become a modern and edgy city. These "cube houses" are a clear example of this contemporary style. Comfortable or not to live (accessibility is not his forte), the truth is that they are, at least, shocking. And although they seem almost like a museum (actually, you can visit one of them), the fact is that they are inhabited and also are not cheap. Highlighted pretty much for their geometric shape and colors, as well as interior design, logically adapted to their peculiar shape. I do not know, it was very curious. I would not like to live in them, but I recommend them without hesitation.
The village of Kinderjick is about 25km from the city of Rotterdam, and the best way to get there ... is by cycling! It's a small town, which wouldn't be on the tourist track at all were it not for the nineteen mills. The oldest dates back to 1740, and today this area has one of the most beautiful landscapes in the Netherlands. As we approach, the sight is really impressive. In order to really get a good idea of the place, it's not enough to take a few photos; you really have to sit down, get your feet wet in the canal, and appreciate the masterpiece of engineering. On the way back to Rotterdam, we can always stop in one of the villages that the route passes through and get some sun in one of the many huge parks surrounding the lakes!